Oh my goodness! BookBar and DCPA teamed up to turn Bite Size, the micro theatre production I went to way back in October 2018, into a book – Bite Size – An Anthology of Micro Theatre. All of the plays from the production are included, with an additional five plays that were lovely, but weren’t … More 12-15-20 Bite Size: An Anthology of Micro Theatre
Elisabeth, Sidney, and I saw Wicked on Saturday! I had seen it years and years ago so my memory of it was happy but faded. The show was a lot of fun. Some of the songs have been slightly updated which surprised me but they worked. The actress who played Glinda hit it out of … More Wicked and yard work
Yesterday evening I did more fun stuff – but this time with Sidney! We made a quick stop at Target to return a few items and were lucky enough to get to see this gorgeous sky: It was so breathtaking – the entire horizon was covered in a variety of clouds and color. While of … More Bite-size at bookbar
Wednesday, the housemates and I went back to Board Game Republic for their monthly trivia night. Returning champions, we were fairly confident our skills from the previous session would carry over. We were wrong – we got last place. As Gene put it, we had stiffer competition this time. According to him, we actually did … More Trivia, phone, and a play
Yesterday, Gene and I watched a performance called Lookingglass Alice. It was one of those acrobatic-type shows. My work provided discounted tickets so I thought why not, let’s go. So glad I did. This show was WONDERFUL! As Gene told me last night, it was basically the perfect kind of show for me. It was whimsical, … More Lookingglass Alice
On Saturday, I treated Gene and myself to a showing of She Kills Monsters. I absolutely loved it. I was smiling, laughing, clapping, or cheering almost the entire time. The play revolves around a recent college graduate who begins to play the Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) campaign that her younger sister (who died in a … More She Kills Monsters: A review
This past Saturday I went to watch the play, Red, where my friend Dana is part of the crew. The play is being shown at the Curious Theater Company in downtown Denver. The play tells the story of a famous artist, Mark Rothko, in the 1950s and his struggle to finish paintings for The Four Seasons. … More My fantastic weekend.